• The BLU Studio 7.0 – It’s Big, Cheap and Quite Imperfect

    Officially, there is no industry standard with respect to the size of a smartphone – there isn’t a line drawn. If a phone is too big in size it is christened a tablet. But usually, devices that size up between 6-7 inches are referred to as tablets or perhaps phablets…

  • The Lamborghini Tauri 88 – An Ultra-Expensive Ego Booster

    It is difficult, indeed impossible, for us normal folks to imagine what goes on in the heads and lives of the rich and famous. But Tonino Lamborghini, son of the automobile moghul, Ferruccio Lamborghini, probably has a better idea than us. Or else why would he release a $6,000 Android…

  • Experience the Market of Low Price Kitkat Android Phones!

    If your assumption is that, the Kitkat version of Android is only compatible with the high end devices; then you might be wrong! The tech market has lot to offer at low prices. With the announcement of Android L, the current version Kitkat has become must for the android users….

  • [Infographic] : The world’s top OS “Android’s” history pictorally by SocialCubix

    The worlds top Operating system Android comes a log way and recently we had published evolution of Android OS. Android being developed primarily for smartphones and tablet computers. Android was developed by Android Inc., was backed and later bought by Google in 2005. The first Android-powered phone was sold in October 2008. Out of…

  • Will your device get Android 4.4 Kitkat? May be! Checkout this release Roadmap

    What a day it was! Google finally launched Nexus 5 and gave a nice glimpse of Android 4.4 KitKat. So, I know what’s going on in your mind now? Will my device get Android 4.4 KitKat? Well, if you love to see your device running the latest version of Android,…

  • The next version of Android will be called as “KitKat” and not “Key Lime Pie”

    It has been quite sometime since rumors suggested that the next Android version would be called as “Key Lime Pie” and the version number would be 5. Somehow Google also hinted during the Google I/O 2013 with a video presentation of a little Android eating key lime pie. Now nearly…